Graduation 2020

Graduation Requirements: In order to graduate from high school a student must have received credit for all compulsory classes and have the minimum required credits determined by the Ministry of Education. A student who has not completed these requirements in June but will complete them in the following semester may elect to have their composite photo taken with this graduation class. If a student needs more than one semester to meet the graduation requirements it is more appropriate that they participate in next years graduation proceedings.  

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GRADUATION CEREMONY: Due to COVID-19 no ceremonies or events held in person will be allowed to take place at the school. Regina Public High Schools cannot have parades or public gatherings, by direction of the Chief Medical Health Officer.   

Rehearsal for Cap and Gown Ceremony: This event is cancelled.

Gown Pick Up: Due to COVID-19 no gowns will be distributed to graduates in 2020.

Cap and Gown Photos: Information for cap and gown photos is posted on the main page of the Martin Collegiate website.

Valedictorian: In late April Grade 12 students may nominate a student to give the Valedictorian address or they may apply directly to the Principal to give the address themselves.   Students will be asked to consider the academic, extracurricular and leadership efforts that students have made at Martin Collegiate before they submit a choice for Valedictorian.  Once all applications have been received the Grad Committee will select a Valedictorian. The Valedictorian Speech will be included in the graduation package given to students.

Prom: T.B.D. 

Financial Commitments:


Contact: Please contact our main office at 306-523-3450 or email if you have any questions.

Graduate Checklist 

  • Credit Counts and Graduation requirements discussed with PRIDE teacher

  • Attend PRIDE and Grade level PRIDE Assemblies to stay informed

  • Sit for Cap and Gown Class Composite Photo

  • Consider applying or nominate someone to make the Valedictorian Address

  • Pay school fees 

  • Invite family and friends, attend and celebrate